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SF Examiner obtains 2007 tiger attack tapes
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco police have released audio with the brothers who survived a tiger attack at the San Francisco Zoo three years ago.
The San Francisco Examiner obtained tapes of the interview police did with Kulbir and Paul Dhaliwal on Dec. 25, 2007, right after a tiger escaped its enclosure and killed the brothers' friend.
Throughout the interview, the Dhaliwals insist they did nothing to provoke the tiger.
The brothers and their friend were sharing a plate of nachos before the attack.
Police repeatedly asked whether they tried to lure the tiger with the food.
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